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Ogbaru Relief Market Traders Pass No Vote Of Confidence On Chairman of All Line Chairmen

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By Oge Onyeanusi, Onitsha

In their bid to ensure complete peace in Ogbaru Relief Market in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State, traders in the market have passed vote of no confidence on Chairman of All Lines Chairman of the market, Mr. Chukwunonye Anaka, (a.k.a Westino ) over his alleged insubordination towards the state government and the Ogbaru Relief Market Caretaker Committee President, Mr. Ndubisi Ochiogu.

It was gathered that Mr. Anaka was still loyal to the previous market leadership, without any regard to the present administration , even though he knows that state government gave authority paper to Mr. Ndubisi Ochiogu as new market president.

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Motion for Anaka’s impeachment was moved by traders during a general meeting of the association , where they sanctioned him, telling him to vacant his position, as he was begged severally but he refused to comply with, since then , he still remained adamant in his refusal to be submissive to relevant authorities.

According to the line chairmen and secretaries, “we all know that government gave authority paper to Mr. Ndubisi Ochiogu as new president of the market. Everyone should be loyal to him. His administration is willing and ready to accommodate every trader, to follow due process.

“We would not want to witness any riot or violence in our market. Anaka’s behaviour is inimical to the existing peace in the market,” the traders lamented.

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They further lamented that Mr, Chukwunonye Anaka did not carry traders along in his administration, we did not elected him and that he was not their true representative, henceforth has no mandate to represent them and therefore, he should stop parading himself as their leader.

However, the Caretaker Committee President, Mr. Ndubisi Ochogu, urged the traders to remain calm, that he would look into the matter and follow due process in arriving at a decision.

In his reaction, the secretary of the Ogbaru Relief Market, Mr. Buckno Agu, said, i have served previous administration, follow it up to this new government , on a principles, based on the understanding that whoever that would be in that position as the president of the market should be given massive support.

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Speaking on behalf of traders, a trader in the market, Chetachukwu Achuwa, described the activities and dispositions of Anaka as uncalled for.

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Buhari Tells Army Not To Give Terrorists, Criminals Breathing Space

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President Muhammadu Buhari has charged the military and security agencies not to give breathing space to terrorists and criminals in various parts of the country.

Buhari gave the charge when he visited personnel of the Armed Forces and security agencies in Operation HADIN KAI at the Maimalari Cantonment in Maiduguri, Borno State.

Buhari Tells Army Not To Give Terrorists, Criminals Breathing Space

The President, who was in the state on a one-day official visit, said the war against terrorism must be concluded with restoration of peace and reconstruction of all the affected areas.

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He told the soldiers that the nation owed a debt of gratitude to military men and women, and security agencies currently tackling security challenges in the country, particularly those who paid the supreme price, assuring family members that the government would continue to support all the loved ones.

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Five Nigerians Jailed In Sokoto For Defrauding Belgian, Italian, Dutch, Others.

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Five Nigerians Jailed In Sokoto For Defrauding Belgian, Italian, Dutch, Others.

They were convicted on separate charges before Justice Muhammad Muhammad of the Sokoto State High Court, Sokoto.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Sokoto Zonal office on Thursday secured the conviction of five internet fraudsters.

The fraudsters are Alfred Stephen, Onyebuchi Joseph Elijah (aka Svenulrich), Usman Mustapha, Abdullahi Abubakar (aka Shine Eye) and Umar Khalifa.

They were convicted on separate charges before Justice Muhammad Muhammad of the Sokoto State High Court, Sokoto.

They were prosecuted on one-count each bordering on conspiracy and cheating.

The charge against one of the defendants reads, “That you Alfred Stephen, sometime in 2021 at Sokoto, within the Judicial Division of the High Court of Justice of Sokoto State did fraudulently cheated one Grazyna, a Belgium national; Alfansina, an Italian and Janny, a Dutch woman by dishonestly deceiving them to collect the total sum of €19,500 Euros (Nineteen Thousand Five Hundred Euros) by presenting yourself to them as an American serving in Syria and sending documents of false pretenses to them which you knew to be false and thereby committed an offence of cheating contrary to Section 310 of the Sokoto State Penal Code Law 2019 and punishable under Section 311 of the same Law.”

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Upon arraignment, they pleaded ‘guilty’ to the separate charges.

In view of the defendants’ plea, the prosecuting counsel, S.H. Sa’ad, who appeared with Musa Mela Gwani and Habila Jonathan asked the court to convict and sentence the defendants.

However, the defence counsel, Shamsu Dauda, pleaded with the court to temper justice with mercy as his clients were first time offenders who have become remorseful. He also told the court that the convicts are ready to restitute their victims.

Justice Muhammad, thereafter convicted and sentenced the 1st defendant (Alfred Stephen) to Five (5) years imprisonment with option of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N150,000.00) fine.

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He ordered the convict to restitute the sum €19,500 (Nineteen Thousand Five Hundred Euros) to the victim through EFCC.

The 2nd defendant, Onyebuchi Joseph Elijah (a.k.a Mr. Svenulrich) was sentenced to five years imprisonment with an option of N150,000.00 fine. The convict is also to restitute the victim the sum of €1,750.00.

The 3rd defendant, Usman Mustapha was sentenced to five (5) years imprisonment with an option of One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N150,000.00) fine.

He is to restitute the sum Five Thousand Denmark Krone which is equivalent to Three Hundred and Ten Thousand Naira only (N310,000) to the victim.

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The 4th and 5th defendants, Abdullahi Abubakar (a.k.a Shine Eye) and Umar Khalifa were convicted and sentenced to Three years imprisonment each with an option of N100, 000.00 fine.

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Twitter refused FG’s request to delete Nnamdi Kanu’s account -Lai Mohammed

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“Twitter has become a platform of choice for a particular separatist promoter.

“The promoter consistently used the platform to direct his loyalists to kill Nigerian soldiers and policemen, run-down INEC offices and destroy all symbols of Nigeria’s sovereignty.

Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture, made this known on “Politics Nationwide,’’ a Radio Nigeria call-in programme.

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